This is a PowerPoint that includes asking for clothes and a few accessories using “the”/ “a” and “some”/ “this”, “that”, “these” and “those”. It also includes details about the clothes such as sleeveless or in a light or dark shade and in a certain material. It has practical tips about sizing in France, some gap-filling exercises, some translation exercises, a snake and ladder game and some reading and writing exercises. It is suitable to set for online learning
Two no fuss time saving worksheets with exercises in both tenses and then an exercise where students are supposed to choose which of the two tenses they should use. There are references to La Casa de Bernarda Alba and Ocho Apellidos Vascos.
These resources are about Boule de Suif, Un Duel, La mère Sauvage and Deux Amis. The intention as well as vocabulary building, looking at the style and subtext etc, was to show how some issues in 1870 are still very current. Page numbers refer to the 1982 Harrap edition of Boule de Suif et autres contes de la Guerre. All resources have been checked by a French native speaker for accuracy. All resources can be adapted to suit.
A Powerpoint starting with a sentence builder, some listening exercises, some fill the gap exercises, supported writing and reading activities (the reading activities use characters from the film Intouchables but it is not necessary to have seen the film to do the tasks) This can also be used for online teaching.
Very easy listening/ reading exercise on places around town in Spanish suitable for Key Stage 3 for lower sets. Can be set as cover work or online work. Some adaptations would make it more challenging. Writing or translation exercises could also easily follow.
A number of questions and suggested answers on a range of AS topics - suits a variety of examination boards. This resource has been checked by a French native speaker for accuracy. It can be adapted as suits.
Study of two characters- What they say about others, what others say about them. Quotes included.
These various prompts can be used as starters or whilst covering certain topics. Ideal at AS/ A Level but also appropriate for GCSE.
A simple sentence builder about these topics. Will save you time putting one together.
The film undoubtedly explores and challenges pre-conceived ideas. This questionnaire could be given to students before they watch the film and then again after to check whether their attitude has changed.
Some discussion questions re personality. Less boring than the usual "describe yourself"
This can be used as a place mat or a poster in class or an individual worksheet or a PowerPoint which can be adapted to suit needs.
Pupils are divided into groups of up to four students. They play dominoes matching the English verb with its Italian meaning. For beginners. Can also be used for more intermediate learners to test them on different tenses.
This presentation can be adapted and shows students that they already know more than they think. It begins with some familiar vocabulary, placed in context and ends with teaching students how to go through a first encounter with someone
A simple worksheet that can make you save time. It contains a variety of exercises where you adapt the endings and choose from a multiple choice option.
This worksheet, as well as simply including the endings, also shows what happens to radical changing verbs and gives examples of set phrases you can include anywhere in the subjunctive.
A compilation of reviews and pre-play announcements taken from social media. The aim is to stimulate conversation. How do students imagine a contemporary version of the play? Characters can be cut out and students can have a go at guessing who it is. They can also have a go at writing short tweets in a similar vein about the characters. A good way to enhance their vocab in terms of adjectives. The end slide shows that the situation for some women in various parts of the world has not improved at all.